External Security Outlook: Challenges and Responses In 2023

Post 9/11 security in our region face a major shift in both shape and dynamics, as the injured elephant took its vengeance out by attacking a weak and nondescript country which has no link, whatsoever, with events of 9/11. The vengeful elephant crushed a innocent population under its heavy feet with all the might at its disposal while the world looked away rather rejoiced over the events the followed. Read more….

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